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22 May 2018    By Brad Stauffer

CEHS and Malone Center begin partnership to support children and families

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s College of Education and Human Sciences (CEHS) is partnering with the Clyde Malone Community Center in Lincoln to provide a mutually beneficial opportunity for the successful development of children and families at the Malone Center and opportunities for practical experience for CEHS students. Malone Center Executive Director Kimberly Goins and CEHS Interim Dean Beth Doll signed a letter of agreement May 16 at a brief ceremony. The initial agreement is for five years.

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18 May 2018    

Crafting Culture project connecting immigrants and Nebraskans

"Crafting Culture in the Middle of Everywhere” is a new workshop series and research project coordinated by the Department of Textiles, Merchandising & Fashion Design in the College of Education and Human Sciences.  The project fosters cross-cultural exchange and social connections between immigrant communities and long-term residents of Nebraska.

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16 May 2018    By Brad Stauffer

TLTE’s Hamann recognized for support of Lincoln High

Ted Hamann, professor of teaching, learning and teacher education in the College of Education and Human Sciences, will be awarded with the first ever Spotlight Award from the Lincoln Education Association at a May 17 recognition event in Lincoln.  LEA is the Lincoln affiliate of the Nebraska State Education Association.

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15 May 2018    By Kelcey Buck

Fourth annual Aphasia Awareness Walk set for June 9 on East Campus

The speech-language pathology students in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders will host the fourth annual Aphasia Awareness Walk Saturday, June 9, on East Campus. 

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10 May 2018    By Brad Stauffer

Lincoln Southwest teacher selected as 2018 Battey Award recipient

Lincoln Southwest High School English/journalism teacher Brandi Benson has been selected as the 2018 Frieda Battey Distinguished Educator Award, presented by the College of Education and Human Sciences (CEHS) at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Benson will receive the honor May 11 at a luncheon in Nebraska’s Memorial Union.

Jessica Horan, a May Nebraska graduate in family and consumer sciences education, nominated her former yearbook teacher for the Battey Award and says she thinks about Benson every week.

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10 May 2018    By Jim Benes

CEHS 2018 Education abroad season in full swing

While the official study abroad season in CEHS started over spring break, most of the college programs are departing this week and next.  Here’s a summary of where CEHS faculty and staff are taking our students this year!

Spring Break: Belize; Oman, United Arab Emirates

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02 May 2018    

CEHS shines at 2018 Research Fair

Students from the College of Education and Human Sciences represented the college in outstanding fashion at the 2018 UNL Spring Research Fair April 10 and 11 at the Nebraska Union. The annual event featured more than 250 undergraduate research posters, six undergraduate creative exhibits and more than 150 graduate research posters. More than 400 students participated over the course of the two-day fair.

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01 May 2018    

New textiles document James' impressions of India

“India Through Beginner’s Eyes: New Textiles by Michael James,” a solo exhibition of work by the department chair of Textiles, Merchandising & Fashion Design in the College of Education and Human Sciences (CEHS) opens May 4 in Omaha.

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Deryl Hatch-Tocaimaza

27 Apr 2018    By Brad Stauffer

EDAD’s Hatch-Tocaimaza receives emerging scholar award

Deryl Hatch-Tocaimaza, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Administration, was presented with the Barbara K. Townsend Emerging Scholar Award from the Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC) April 27, 2018 at its annual meeting in Dallas, Texas.

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16 Apr 2018    

CYAF family financial planning degree top ranked

The family financial planning online master’s degree offered through the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies and Great Plains IDEA, has been ranked No. 1 nationally by Top Accounting Degrees. The ranking was based in part on student/faculty ratio, average graduate tuition rate, flexible course offerings, affiliation with professional certification, and online student resources such as advising and tech support.

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